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It does not always have to be raw - but: It should always be organic !!
Today I'd like to talk about a subject that I have rather neglected until now. We're talking about organic fruit and organic vegetables. Since I buy and eat "organic" I have discovered a real Superfood effect in my nutrition. The best proof: After a long stressful week at work in these last days I was unexpectedly not soooo tired and exhausted as usual, but nevertheless felt energized like never before. The reason: I had only eaten raw organic fruits and organic vegetables during these days.
The following recipe for stuffed tomato is therefore also recommended in organic quality. Exceptionally I cooked the wild rice in this dish, because I think it is pointless to soak it for days, as described in recipes by other authors. There is no life in the rice grains, because they have allready been heated. In my opinion, it is then better to cook the rice, because with several days of soaking you take the risk to grow harmful bacteria. I wish you much fun with this half-cooked dish with coriander, rice and tomatoes! :-)
Stuffed tomatoes in a nest of field salad
6 medium tomatoes
1 bunch coriander
1 lime, untreated
1/8 liter wild rice cooked,
½ red onion, finely chopped (optional)
1 pack field salad
1-2 tbsp balsamic vinegar
1-2 tablespoons olive oil
Scoop out the half tomatoes and mince the hollowed flesh with the chopped coriander, lime juice and half a teaspoon grated lime peel. Add optional some chopped onion and mix the cooked wild rice in. Fill this stuffing in the halved tomatoes and arrange in marinated field salad.